Wednesday , 20 January 2021

FNF Launches New Platform to Transform the Home Buying, Refinancing Process

Fidelity National Financial Inc. has introduced a new a technology platform designed to transform the experience of buying, selling, or refinancing a home.

FNF’s new inHere Experience Platform transforms the real estate transaction experience, helping to enhance the safety and simplicity needed to start and track the progress of a real estate transaction, as well as, notarize and sign documents needed to close on a home.

“The real estate industry is now at an inflection point,” says Randy Quirk, CEO, Fidelity National Financial, in a release. “Evidence supports the fact that real estate professionals and consumers are ready to embrace change in the closing process, but there hasn’t been a large enough coordinated effort to deliver on the customer’s desire for change or to capitalize on the change itself. The inHere Experience Platform overcomes these hurdles and provides the necessary scale needed for real change to occur.”

This is because inHere is being brought to the market by the largest family of title and settlement companies, and inHere works with the nation’s largest network of trusted escrow and settlement professionals.

“Our digital vision involves leveraging our significant national footprint, expert network of local escrow and settlement professionals, and the latest cloud-based technology to reimagine the experience for real estate professionals and consumers involved in the millions of real estate transactions we handle every year,” says Michael Nolan, president, Fidelity National Financial.

“We believe that our experienced team of professionals are our greatest asset and we are committed to continually empowering them to provide the best services possible. The inHere Experience Platform is the realization of this effort.”

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